Stopped here based on tripadvisor reviews while on our road trip. Its on the second floor of a retail shop - has nice atmosphere, was full when we stopped in for lunch - a good sign. Looked around and saw nice sandwiches made with thick homemade bread. Just soups and sandwiches on menu - so we ordered Turkey/cranberry sandwich, deli club sandwich, tomato/cheese sandwich and shrimp sandwich. All was good, mainly due to the great homemade bread cut thick. Soups were OK - my mushroom soup was thick, sludgy. The beef noodle soup was good. With 1/2 sandwich & cup of soup, each person came to about $9-10 per person, so not the cheapest, but the unique sandwiches and bread was worth it.